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The Corridors Of Sleep - Leaether Strip* & Klute - Leaether Strip

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  1. The Pleasure Of Penetration () Die-Die-Die, Touchdown Breakdown, Razor Blades (Go Berserk), Leæther Strip - Part I, Leæther Strip - Part II, Khomeini, Body-Machine-Body, Go Fuck Your Ass Off!, Break My Back, Change!
  2. ÆSCAPISM by Leaether Strip, released 15 March 1. We fail we forget 2. Sanctuary 3. Hold me 4. Humanity - Equality 5. Hold your fire 6. Suicide summer school 7. The hired man 8. Strong boys 9. Trash Talker In fire on fire Unhuman response I'm not the one The dark gates of sundown It doesnt hurt to hurt you
  3. Serenade For The Dead by Leaether Strip, released 22 August 1. Serenade For The Dead 2. Black Widow's Kiss 3. Stillborn 4. The Return Of The Evil One 5. Black Death 6. New Dark Ages 7. The Corridors Of Sleep 8. The Awakening 9. Blood Lust Corpus.
  4. Larsen's lyrics for Leaether Strip are often frank and direct, sometimes to the point of being hostile. Political songs include the anti-Nazi song "AEighty AEight" which contains the chorus "You are not human / You are not soldiers" as well as the song "Suicide Bombers" (On the Suicide Bombers EP) with its chorus question, "Who told you to die.
  5. Dark Passages by Leaether Strip, released 12 November 1. Dark passages 2. Twisted games 3. Everything dies 4. Violence 5. Embracing life's fire 6. Amanda 7. The Dead Stare 8. .
  6. Recorded, mixed and mastered at The Strip Farm/ZOO DK. Released and marketed by Zoth Ommog. Published by ICM/Hanseatic. "The songs you hear on this cd are the outcome of a very intensive journey into my view of the different minds and worlds created by Stephen King, James Herbert, Dean R. Koontz and Clive Barker"/5(4).
  7. Aug 04,  · This album kinda surprised me because I didn't know that Claus Larsen did an instrumental album, but that part did shock me because he is very good with keyboards so why wouldn't he do a whole album of orchestral-industrial? I like this album a lot but it's one of those one's you have to be in the right mood for, simply because it's a fairly slow paced album/5(1).

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